Join Jasmine for a Relaxing Sound Bath Without Leaving Your Sofa

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Drum roll please for my six all NEW downloadable sound bath meditations launched yesterday ! A variety of guided sound bath meditations for you to enjoy in your own time, wherever you may be. 2020 has been quite a year… Lockdown gave me the opportunity to embrace technology and share my previously private sound baths with a global audience. Saturday night sound baths gave way to weekday #LunchBreakSoundscape sessions and so many of you, from around the world, have been tuning into these Instagram lives and sending me the most wonderful messages following your meditations. By popular request, I’m proud to launch these six digital sessions recorded from my home embracing the same atmosphere and environment as the IG lives were created but this time working with one of the best sound artists in the country to capture the magic of the crystal alchemy singing bowls and create a fully immersive experience. These 6 guided meditation sessions have been designed to cover all bases — from th

Jasmine’s Sustainable Clothing Line With Needle & Thread

I quickly realised when I started to really look into food as medicine over 20 years ago that food, and how and when you eat it, is not the be all and end all when it comes to wellbeing, though it is of course a very important factor and a brilliant place to start. Taking a holistic approach to purchases outside of food can also be applied to everything we consume — and we’ll feel all the better for it.

Shopping for clothes in recent years has been in the spotlight, and for good reason (do we have anything we can link to on our website?). the clothing that we wear, and the way we choose to purchase, the companies we support and their impact on our communities and the world. In that spirit, I recently announced some very exciting news: the launch of my first fashion collection. created with responsibly and recycled materials, in collaboration with Needle & Thread!

Dubbed the Elemental collection, it’s made up of 23 pieces inspired by the five universal elements and the chakras recognised by the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda, the beauty of nature, flowers, the constellations seen in the night sky and the kingfisher — a nod to my favourite bird for which I shared a love with my dad who passed 5 years ago. This collection embodies living “La Vida Veda,” with key pieces embroidered with this mantra.

It was a real dream to see these pieces come to life over the months we spent creating them, especially because this collection is a step forward in Needle & Thread’s goal to move towards a sustainable future. the Butterfly Mark by Positive Luxury for a company-wide commitment to sustainability. To find out more about this collection, check out this blog post, and for the behind the scenes, head this way.



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